Assuming there's been an increase in cancer incidence in recent history (not saying there's been one, I just don't feel like looking it up), I'd conjecture that it's primarily due to our greatly increased average lifespan, not any ill effects of whatever foods or chemicals we might have added to our daily diets.
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Wrong and illegal are not always one and the same.
The veggies were freeze-dried, not frozen. That significantly reduces their weight.
Dunno about the meat.
I agree. There's a quality to film that digital has yet to produce.
As a medium for documentation, digital photography is superior, but for artistic purposes, film is still a strong contender. There's something charming about the darkroom process, as well.
The pill itself isn't the auth - the pill uses your body to generate a signal which is used to auth.
You are correct, if by "nobody at all," you mean the first line of TFS.
Does that mean that people are getting smarter?
No, just their phones.
They're a huge company - there are plenty of examples of both in their history. Google Fiber is one of the more recent examples of good competition from Google.
This submission, and the comments so far, have missed some key differences between negativity and competition. It is possible to compete without being negative towards your competitor. Good competition (from the consumer's point of view) involves both (all) sides striving to create the best product they can. Bad competition is when, rather than improving themselves, competitors seek to cut each other down.
To be fair, the first law doesn't say anything about how long it will take to prove him wrong, nor does it even say he will be proven wrong - only that he probably will be.
From the article:
"Boston officials said they vetted Google and are satisfied with the security protections that come with Google Apps for e-mail and document storage. Also, Boston isn’t completely cutting ties with Microsoft, as it will continue to use its other products, such as the Windows operating system on its PCs." (Emphasis mine)
It's wild when you realize that even if the entire mass of the "fly" was a battery, it would only be able to contain 144 Joules.
From the summary:
The patents covered in the OPN will be free to use in Free/Open Source software for the life of the patent, even if Google should transfer ownership to another party.
CRT response times are usually better, too.